Even without the likes of Giancarlo Stanton and Dee Gordon, the youth infusion is real in this year’s MLB All-Star Game.
When Derek Jeter puts on New York’s navy pinstripes Thursday for one final home game, it won’t matter to a packed Yankee Stadium that there’s no postseason play on the line.
Now that another MLB All-Star Game has come and gone, the time to reflect on what went down is upon us. The 2014 version of the Midsummer Classic provided fans with another memorable moment when New York Yankees star Derek Jeter showed his thanks to players and fans after being removed from his final All-Star Game.
Derek Jeter soaked in the adulation from fans and players during one more night on baseball’s national stage, set the tone for the American League with a pregame speech and then delivered two final All-Star hits.
Mike Matheny had quite the choice for the National League’s All-Star starter.
While Alex Rodriguez is suspended for the season, his spring training locker has been kept open by the New York Yankees.
The Tampa Bay Rays lost against the Yankees, 3-2, Sunday during what the team thought would be a sweep.
Mariano Rivera was all set up to save his final All-Star game — or so it seemed. Jim Leyland just wasn’t about to take that chance.
Two of the elite talents in the American League, Miguel Cabrera and Mariano Rivera, have begun this year no differently than any other they have played.
If Kenley Jansen could toss 80-90 frames for Los Angeles, he could strike out 130-140 batters with a low ERA and WHIP.